Since 1952, MIT Sloan faculty have been at the forefront of management, doing groundbreaking research, and leading their fields in knowledge creation. This issue of MIT Sloan previews the work of five of the School’s newer and newly-tenured faculty members—work that holds implications for entrepreneurship, social networks, tax law, intellectual property, and negotiations.
MIT Sloan alumni are eager to work with and learn from the School’s faculty, keeping up on the most important new developments in management theory and practice. That insight comes from the Alumni Engagement Study, the results of which are shared in this issue. Also in an excerpt from his new book, Staying Power: Six Enduring Principles for Managing Strategy and Innovation in an Uncertain World, Sloan Management Review Distinguished Professor of Management Michael A. Cusumano writes about long-term success strategies.